"Fugitive Pope Meets Death Issue." An irreverent zine started in 1990, Fugitive Pope was conceived at UCLA while the editor was in library school. See also: "'Zines." Playboy, June 1994, p.16. "A review of not-ready-for-prime-time periodicals," including Pills-a-go-go, Fugitive Pope, and Murder Can be Fun. ISSN 1054-8947
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